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Sopra India Group
MBAFT -6205: Management Accouting

14th February
B12
Amar Kumar Bighane
Kritika Nimesh
Siddharth Yadav

Content

* Company Profile
* Business Model
* Market background
* SWOT Analysis
* Porter Five Competitive Forces Analysis
* Competitor Analysis
* Main case central issue
* Teaching Note along with case synopsis
* BCG Matrix
* Regulatory framework in India in relevant sector of case company

Company Profile

Sopra Group India a part of Sopra Group Company is the group dedicated offshore delivery centre and is based out of Noida, India. Sopra Group is headquartered in Paris, France with revenue size exceeding 1 billion and 13000+ employees' strength.

Clients for the firm belong to fortune 50 list companies. The firm cover a wide range of domains and technology and are spread across continents - Europe & UK; includes many world leaders and brands of international repute. Sopra Group offers its clients an end to end approach based on a well-honed business mode

The Group's ambition is to allow its clients to focus on transformation projects that will give them a competitive edge and help them drive growth. The Group also pursues the worldwide deployment of its activities in both application integration and business process management through its subsidiary Axway, a leading provider of Business Interaction Networks, with a complete range of solutions and services.

Sopra Group is active in the following industries:-
* Strategic Industries
* Banking
* Insurance
* Telecoms
* Manufacturing
* Distribution
* Services
* Public sector
* Real Estate
* Human Resources

Business Model

Sopra Group’s core competence is to provide assistance and guide its clients so as to ensure the success of their transformation projects focusing on their business processes and their information systems. The three business segments namely consulting, IT services and software development and distribution form a continuous value chain, which allows providing end-to-end support for the transformation projects of the clients:

* Guidance: this link mainly involves the upstream stages of a project, in which an audit, a diagnosis or an opportunity analysis is necessary to clarify the issues at hand and help the client define the guidelines, objectives, target vision and approaches to a project. * Conception: giving formal shape to an organisation, a business process, specifications for an application, etc. * Building: setting up an organisation, a process with its operating methods, integrating an existing software solution or developing one specifically to meet the client’s requirements, etc. * Maintenance: ensuring the long-term viability of the solution implemented, through optimisations and adaptations, as needs evolve.

Market background
The Indian Consulting Industry has been experiencing resurgence in the last few years. The industry has been making rapid strides in the Indian market over the last decade and has witnessed a significant increase in the number of new entrants in this field. The solitary objective of the participants in this market has been to gain maximum market share within this highly consolidated and competitive environment, primarily by capitalizing on the opposite factors driving it. Information Technology (IT) including e-commerce, telecommunications and so on followed by Corporate Strategy, Outsourcing Services such as Payroll and Human Resource, Tax and Audit and Operations Management have been some of the prominent business divisions in the consulting market. The business world is desperate for consulting help. With excess staff being cut down, most organizations lack the technical, strategic and project management skills to handle the benumbing rate of technological and market change. The consulting industry is trying its best to accommodate the demand. Big consulting firms are...
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